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This process, in certain circles, is called “interpretation.”
To break the association between necessity and meaningfulness would be a great boon to our happiness.
Your study of politics is a study of books because your biggest political problem is what book to read next.
Have no fear if the surface starts to splinter.
A quite meaningless statement can still be meaningfully interpreted.
You read what you are reading for.
A: Frantz Fanon is wonderful. I’m simply repudiating Jean-Paul Sartre, who misunderstood Fanon completely. B: Yeah, but what if Sartre was not illiterate—where would your sympathies lie?
It is often easier to read between the lines than it is to read between the parentheses.